“So… what’s next?” The inescapable question for final year university students everywhere, as preparations for the ‘real world’ get underway.
As we enter the start of the New Year, it is clear that the reverberating effects of the virus are continuing to wreak havoc. How has this affected university compensation?
A look into a first year’s experience of semester one and what led them to the decision to leave halls.
Withdrawing from the Erasmus scheme as part of the Brexit deal highlights, yet again, the failings of the UK government when it comes to young people
Is F1’s new diversity campaign #WeRaceAsOne enough to champion inclusivity in the sport?
The Government student evacuation – a calculated strategy or a recipe for disaster?
How did JK Rowling’s transphobic comments alienate the LGBTQ+ community
Why are the number of rape victims rising as convictions for sexual assault fall?
The University of Leicester has revealed plans to save Christmas that have been described as ‘ingenious’ and ‘extraordinary’.
Around the world, news of Trump’s loss has brought hope, relief and excitement. But his poisonous politics are far from defeated. Any lapses in concentration could have devasting consequences.
When Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion released WAP in August 2020, there was two reactions: the empowerment of sexuality for anyone who identifies as a woman or non-binary, or that WAP was disgusting and that woman shouldn’t talk about sex in a liberating way.
A letter from Neil’ O’Brien, MP for Harborough, detailing my plan for the government to wage war on woke.
The village accommodation has been taken over by an invasive species, that seems to do nothing but mate.
As schools enter October half term, 1.4 million disadvantaged children in the UK who would usually receive Free School Meals will not be receiving food vouchers as a result of the House of Commons vote this week.